Miriam Aziz is a European multi-disciplinary artist (music / dance / film). Initially trained as a lawyer, she began her artistic career as a musician and then later combined dance and film. She has released four studio albums; We’re Inside Out (2007) – Tránsito (2009), Muerte, Bailaremos (2010) and Lost for Words (2013) and has performed in venues across Europe and in the US. She is also the Founder and the Artistic Director of Artist (s) at Large® (AaL), a performance art laboratory which she created at the Baryshnikov Arts Center, New York in 2012 which she uses to experiment with composition through music, dance and filmmaking with artists and non-artists alike which she also uses as a creative platform for law teaching.
She is currently based at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law in Heidelberg, Germany as a Senior Research Fellow working on a variety of projects including mediating legal discourse through art. She has published articles in law journals about her law and art work (e.g. Law and Humanities and the Yale Journal of Law and Humanities) as well as given seminars and run workshops.
Her photography and videography work includes dance, portrait work, commercial work as well as commissioned work.